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Exclusive: Jurassic Park Gift Guide: Graphic Tees, Loungefly Bags & More Fashion Must-Haves for Fans



Jurassic Park Gift Guide: Graphic Tees, Loungefly Bags & More Fashion Must-Haves for Fans

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Life has found a way and we are so excited to see the original Jurassic Park trio of Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum join Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard in Jurassic World: Dominion. If your love for the Jurassic franchise has been renewed in recent weeks due to release of the new movie or you’ve just always been fan, we’ve rounded up all kinds of stylish finds you can get to rep your fandom.

If you’re looking to shop graphic tees, you’re in luck. There’s no shortage of Jurassic Park designs, and Hot Topic, Amazon, Etsy, PacSun, and Kohl’s, have really great options that are cool, unique and go beyond the iconic logo. Her Universe also has a really cute Jurassic Park collection that features the stylish bomber jacket and Ellie Sattler-inspired outfit above.

We’ve rounded up some fashion finds that every Jurassic Park fan needs in their closet. Check those out below.


Exclusive: 'Top Gun: Maverick' becomes highest-grossing film for 2022 so far –




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Paramount and Skydance’s all-American blockbuster Top Gun: Maverick is still flying high at the box office, crossing the coveted US$1 billion (more than $1.4 billion) milestone over the weekend.

It’s the first movie of the year and only the second in COVID-19 times, following Sony’s Spider-Man: No Way Home with US$1.9 billion ($2.74 billion), to reach that benchmark.

It’s even more impressive that Maverick hit the US$1 billion mark without playing in China or Russia, two major markets.

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Tom  Cruise reprises his role as Lieutenant Pete "Maverick" Mitchell in Top Gun: Maverick.
Top Gun: Maverick has made over $1.4 billion dollars at the box office, making it the highest-grossing movie for 2022 so far. (Paramount Pictures)

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After only 31 days on the big screen, Top Gun: Maverick has become Tom Cruise‘s first movie to surpass US$1 billion at the worldwide box office.

Previously, 2018’s Mission: Impossible – Fallout ranked as the actor’s most successful film with US$791.1 million ($1.14 billion) worldwide.

Prior to this weekend, the sequel to the 1986 action flick Top Gun was already the highest-grossing movie of the year at the domestic box office with US$521 million ($751.2 million).


Now in its fifth weekend of release, Maverick added US$30.5 million ($43.9 million) and stands in a close race with newcomer Elvis for the number one spot on domestic box office charts.

With another US$484.7 million ($698.9 million) at the international box office, revenues for Maverick currently stand at a staggering US$1.006 billion ($1.45 billion) worldwide.

‘Whiplash’ actor Miles Teller also appears in Top Gun: Maverick. (Paramount Pictures)
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The first Top Gun film was released in 1986, starring Cruise and Val Kilmer, who both appear in the sequel. (Paramount Pictures)

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Those ticket sales were enough to overtake Disney’s Marvel adventure Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (US$943 million or $1.36 billion) as the highest-grossing movie of the year at the global box office.

Thanks to critical praise and stellar word-of-mouth, Top Gun: Maverick has been crushing box office records since opening in theatres over US Memorial Day weekend.

During the extended holiday, the film earned US$160.5 million ($231.5 million), marking the first movie in Cruise’s 40-year career to surpass US$100 million ($144 million) in a single weekend.

According to Paramount, repeat customers and Imax screens have been fueling momentum in the weeks since its theatrical debut.

By its fourth weekend in North American movie theatres, 16 per cent of the audience had returned more than once and 4 per cent had returned three times or more.

Directed by Joseph Kosinski, the US$170 million-budgeted ($245 million) Top Gun: Maverick centres on Cruise’s character, Pete “Maverick” Mitchell as he trains a new group of cocky aviators for a crucial assignment.

The cast includes Miles Teller, Glen Powell, Jon Hamm, Jennifer Connelly and Val Kilmer, who played Iceman in the first Top Gun.

Sonic (Ben Schwartz) in Sonic The Hedgehog 2 from Paramount Pictures and Sega.
Paramount’s sequel to Sonic the Hedgehog has also been a hit at the box office this year. (Paramount Pictures)

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For Paramount, the movie extends a stellar 2022 box office streak.

After barely releasing any films during the pandemic, the studio has struck gold at the box office with Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (US$190 million in North America, which equates to AU$274 million), The Lost City (US$105 million in North America, which equates to $151.4 million), Scream ($81 million in North America, which equates to $116.8 million) and Jackass Forever ($57 million in North America, which equates to $82 million).


Notably, there’s not a Spandex superhero in the bunch.

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Exclusive: Fight Over Abortion Pills Takes Shape in Post-Roe America –




Fight Over Abortion Pills Takes Shape in Post-Roe America

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Even before the Supreme Court reversed Roe v. Wade last week, Republican-controlled states were already trying to restrict access to abortion pills. Among them was South Dakota, whose governor, Kristi Noem, vowed Sunday to go even further, now that the legal right to abortion in America has been overturned and left to states to decide. Noem told CBS that she brought a bill that would ban telemedicine appointments with abortion providers in order to prevent women from getting prescription abortion pills. “We don’t believe it should be available because it is a dangerous situation for an individual without being medically supervised by a physician,” Noem said. (Medication abortion—a two-drug regimen of mifepristone and misoprostol—has been determined safe and effective by the FDA, including when prescribed through telemedicine and sent by mail.) “Sounds like you’re ready to fight the Justice Department on that one,” said CBS’s Margaret Brennan.

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A legal fight seems to be looming. It’s unclear whether states can actually ban the federally approved medication, as the Washington Post has noted, and the Biden administration made its view clear after the court’s decision last week. “We stand ready to work with other arms of the federal government that seek to use their lawful authorities to protect and preserve access to reproductive care,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a statement after the Supreme Court ruling, adding: “In particular, the FDA has approved the use of the medication Mifepristone. States may not ban Mifepristone based on disagreement with the FDA’s expert judgment about its safety and efficacy.” The White House was even more explicit following the Supreme Court decision, saying in a statement that, “in the face of threats from state officials saying they will try to ban or severely restrict access to medication for reproductive health care,” President Joe Biden “directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to identify all ways to ensure that mifepristone is as widely accessible as possible.” 

Trigger laws banning almost all abortions, including medication abortions, either have already taken effect or soon will in 13 states since last week’s decision, NBC News reports. Amid the Biden administration’s vows to protect the right to medication abortion, it’s unclear “whether the FDA can preempt a state’s prohibition” on mifepristone, Wendy Parmet, director of Northeastern University’s Center for Health Policy and Law told NBC, noting that there isn’t a Supreme Court decision on the matter and, “even if we did, we have a Supreme Court willing to overturn decisions … everything is up for grabs at the moment.” Temple University’s Rachel Rebouché expressed similar uncertainty, telling Mother Jones the situation is “uncharted territory” and “an underdeveloped area of law, because most states don’t try to ban drugs that the FDA approved.”

Interest in medication abortion—which must be used within the first 10 weeks of pregnancy, and accounted for more than half of all U.S. abortions in 2020—is surging in the wake of the Roe reversal. “Abortion pill” was among the top Google queries on searches related to abortion, according to an Axios analysis of data from Friday and Saturday. “Searches for ‘abortion pill’ were highest in red states—Wyoming and Montana in the Mountain West were the top two, followed by Southeast states Louisiana, Georgia, Missouri and Arkansas,” Axios reports. The abortion-rights advocacy group Plan C told the Daily Beast that since the court’s ruling, more than 100 clinicians—including in states with trigger bans—have come forward asking how they can offering medication abortion to patients.

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Exclusive: Happy Pride! See How Cara Delevingne, JoJo Siwa and More Stars Celebrated –




Happy Pride! See How Cara Delevingne, JoJo Siwa and More Stars Celebrated

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